This is not a ‘Bajaj’ Chetak. It’s just a Chetak because Bajaj believes that the Chetak has a stronger brand recall and there’s a lot of emotions attached to it. However, this new Chetak is electric. And, it is smart. It is premium. It has a lot of features that makes it quite aspirational. But, there’s one thing that it doesn’t have – an exhaust sound and that’s going to make a lot of people intrigued considering the ‘Hamara Bajaj’ days. And Bajaj wants just that.
This Bajaj costs Rs 1.15 lakhs (ex-showroom Pune) and is available in two variants and five colours. It goes up against the recently launched TVS iQube and the more modern Ather 450. But should you be spending over a lakh rupees on an electric scooter made by Bajaj? Well, we are here to help you!